Hiking routes in Tenerife and natural tourist attractions
The assortment of boat trips around Tenerife is infinite, and almost all offer the option to also go whale and dolphin watching. Ready to set sail?
Roques de García are a group of rock formations that lie within Mount Teide National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007.
With almost 340 kilometres of volcanic coastline, Tenerife is an outstanding destination for those seeking natural swimming pools—or charcos, as they are affectionately known by the Canary Islanders.
Tenerife is a dream destination for hikers because of its incredible scenery.
The Los Gigantes Cliffs are an extraordinarily beautiful volcanic formation which has become one of the island’s major tourist attractions.
Mount Teide, a 3,718-metre giant, is the highest peak in Spain and the undisputed star of Mount Teide National Park, a marvellous volcanic landscape.
The Barranco del Infierno Special Nature Reserve boasts a spectacular waterfall measuring over 200 metres in a gorgeous, canyon-filled setting.
Come and discover this ‘parrot paradise’, which has been attracting visitors since its opening in 1972. Now recognised as the ‘Best Zoo in the World’, Loro Parque also houses a world famous science centre.
Situated in the highlands of southern Tenerife, the town of Vilaflor astonishes visitors with its lush vegetation, winter snow and great, traditional Canarian cuisine.